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Stories by J.M. Porup
Forging email has been in the market since the beginning of the internet, but new security kludges are making it a lot harder.
The promise of crowd-sourced cyber security, fuelled by "millions of hackers", turns out to be a pipe dream.
A biological virus infecting critical security staff could wreak havoc on a business. These practices will reduce risk.
Too many security tools in a SOC, and none of them talk to each other? New open source projects might lead to greater interoperability
A new report underscores the poor state of aviation security - and worse, how poorly understood the problem is within the industry.
Phineas Phisher claims to have netted hundreds of thousands of pounds sterling in a 2016 hack of the Cayman National Isle of Man Bank.
India's Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant publicly admitted they discovered malware on their networks, which could have been easily avoided.
New measurements by the CITL mass fuzzing project show just how bad things really are.
IT services giant HCL left employee passwords exposed online, as well as customer project details, all without any form of authentication.
Avoid the siren song of big data and collect only what you need. This is the big takeaway from a 200-million record direct marketing list.
A new APT, dubbed White Company, is flexing its muscle on the world stage, and it has security researchers worried.
Burning malware is like Hercules fighting the nine-headed Hydra. For every head he cuts off, two more grow back in its place.